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Published by Event Drape Rental, 2019-05-06 21:59:53

EDR - Catolog 2019

Pipe and Drape rentals for the special event and wedding industry nation wide.

Keywords: Pipe and Drape

Premier Pipe and Drape Rental across the USA
www.eventdraperental.com 844-560-7337


Why We’re the Best!

∙ We are a national pipe and drape rental company based in California.
∙ We specialize in drape shipped direct to door via UPS parcel service. When hardware and labor are

required we align you with one of our national partners throughout the US to assist.
∙ We offer wholesale pricing to event industry professionals.
∙ Materials of fabric come in 6+ qualities.
∙ Offering over 100+ colors with the largest color selection in the nation.
∙ All of our drape is manufactured with a top pocket. No pre-sewn pleats with ties.
∙ Drape heights start at 12’ and continue up to 30’ tall. Custom sizes available upon request.
∙ We offer DIY or Professional Installation with attention to detail.
∙ 24/7 services with no extra fees including after-hours and weekends. Holidays do not apply.
∙ DRAPE Shipped direct via UPS or FEDEX directly to you!
∙ Connect with your sales representative via personal phone.
∙ Standard Series - an economical lightweight IFR Polysheen material in 20+ colors.
∙ Elite Series - a Sheer Voile IFR material in 40+ colors.
∙ Premier Series - an 8 oz. lightweight Super Vel material in 6 colors with limited quantities.
∙ Heavy Velour Series - comes in 10, 15, & 23 oz weights and 8 colors.
∙ Custom Series - an FR treated Specialty fabric such as: Taffeta, Silk, Damask, Muslin, Burlap, etc.
∙ *Unlimited quantities with time and availability permitting for our Dealer Program clients.
∙ All materials are flame retardant and meet California NFPA 701 guidelines, unless otherwise noted.

Event Drape Rental will be your number one drape
vendor, nothing can beat our pricing, color and size

selections, so use us for your next event today!

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POLYSHEEN Drapery

An economically lightweight IFR poly-based fabric with a light polish sheen. Great
for back lighting. Comes in a large color spectrum range.

Order additional yardage for decorating purposes makes this the best choice.

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SHEER VOILE Drapery

An elegant sheer fabric, great for back lighting. Object still viewable from the other
side. Comes in a large color spectrum range.

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Velour Drapery

This elegant velour fabric gives you the plush look and feel.
Comes in a large color spectrum range.

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Custom Fabric - Drapery

Most fabrics and designs can be created with this collection. Custom design your look and
feel. Note: These drapes are NOT FLAME RETARDANT CERTIFIED only Fire
Treated.

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Drapery Fullness Defined

All of our drape is manufactured with a
top pocket ONLY, not pre-pleated and
with no ties. This is the look you would
have if you were to use it taut or flat.
Pocketed manufacturing verses pre-
pleated enables us to provide the best
national rates possible. You can control
your desired compression this way.

FLAT with Top Pocket

Our suggested rental drape calculations
are based on 100% fullness, regardless of
the fabric type. So if your event running
footage requirement is 100ft at 100%
Fullness it will consist of 200ft flat.

100% FULLNESS

Or you can control the fullness and save
cost yourself if you wish by using less
drape. This is an example of 50%
Fullness.

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STANDARD SERIES IFR FABRIC - MEETS CALIFORNIA FIRE MARSHAL NFPA 701

POLYSHEEN MATERIAL

WHITE BONE LT BEIGE SILVER BLACK

FRENCH BLUE BLUEBERRY ROYAL NAVY SAGE

GREEN SEA FOAM KELLY HUNTER RED

GOLD SPUN GOLD BROWN BERRY LT PURPLE

PLUM BURGUNDY VIOLET

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ELITE SERIES

VOILE - SHEER MATERIAL IFR FABRIC – MEETS CALIFORNIA FIRE MARSHAL NFPA 701

WHITE DARK IVORY OYSTER BLUSH FUCHSIA

SAND BROWN SILVER GREY BLACK

RED BURGUNDY PLUM PURPLE TURQUOISE

ROYAL NAVY GOLD YELLOW D GOLD

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SUPER-VEL MATERIAL 8OZ IFR FABRIC – MEETS CALIFORNIA FIRE MARSHAL NFPA 701

WHITE GOLD ATOMIC WINE FOREST BLACK
RED

HEAVY-VELOUR 10, 15 & 23 OZ IFR FABRIC – MEETS CALIFORNIA FIRE MARSHAL NFPA 701

WHITE CASHMERE BLACK NAVY ROYAL

RED CABERNET

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CUSTOM SERIES NOTE: DOES NOT MEET CALIFORNIA FIRE MARSHAL NFPA 701

SPECIALTY MATERIAL

DAMASK TAFFETA PLAIN TAFFETA CRUSH TAFFETA CRUSH BURLAP
NATURAL
BLACK/WHITE PEWTER CRANBERRY CHOCOLATE

SATIN SATIN TAFFETA PLAIN TAFFETA CRUSH MUSLIN
DK GOLD LT GOLD NATURAL
PERSIMMON IVORY

SATIN
BROWN

MANY MORE NOT SHOWN

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Drapery Methods Defined

Adjustable Horizontal Curved Drape Column Cover System
Drape Support System Support System
Circular Drape supports
These telescoping, heavy Curved Radius Supports can cover unsightly
duty, drape supports can be come in an array of sizes. building columns or
adjusted in heights starting They require three create one wherever you
at 7’ up to 22’. With widths adjustable uprights and wish. They require four
from 2’ to 16’. The base bases for use. adjustable uprights and
plates range in sizes from bases for use.
18” to 24” sq and 17lb to
75lb.

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Attachment used
for a ceiling
fixture.

Truss and Motor System

Typical standard installation
method for drape 26ft and taller

Clamp used to secure
bottom crossbar of

truss support.

Example of drape tied to a 844-560-7337 12
truss. (EDR dose not offer)

NOTE: Rigging to a ceiling support required.
Structural weight limits required from the venue
and an authorization of the system.

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Attachment used
for a ceiling
fixture.

EDR – quick and fast
alternate method to motor

and truss

This process will save you money on the
lower cost drape rental over tie on drape
and much faster installation times for your

crew saving you money.

Clamp used to secure bottom crossbar
of truss support.

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New Alternate method over Truss
and Motor rigging

Black Pipe Suspension System
We will rig our black pipe to the ceiling joist
and attach drape to this system. Then with
use of our crossbar clip your cutting again

1 ½”

NOTE: Rigging to a ceiling support required.
Structural weight limits required from the venue
and an authorization of the system.

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Drapery Hardware Defined

ADJUSTABLE UPRIGHT with Slip-Lock Operation, Setup,
and Take Down Instructions

Your new Adjustable Upright with Slip-Lock mechanism is built rugged
yet designed simple to operate and, with reasonable care, will provide
long service. There is virtually no maintenance required; no lubrication
needed. If damage does occur, replacement/repair parts are available.

Operation: The Slip-Lock device works on a ramped wedging
ball concept. The more downward load applied to the Slip-Lock
mechanism, the stronger it holds.

When raising the inside tube to the desired height, the Slip-Lock
mechanism automatically releases and then relocks.

To lower or retract your adjustable upright in the vertical position, simply insert a
thumb and one finger in the side portholes and under the release ring. Now lift the
inner tube slightly while still lifting on the release ring. The inner tube will now be free
to be lowered to the desired position. Warning: To prevent damage, keep a grasp on the
inner tube; do not allow it to drop down freely.

To relock the Slip-Lock mechanism, simply release the two fingers holding the release
ring.

You may also release the Slip-Lock mechanism by holding the upright in a horizontal
position and then lowering the top end (with the four slots) until gravity causes the
locking balls to roll on the ramp and leave the inner tube free to move in either
direction.

Bases come in variety of sizes and weight
ranging from 17 lbs up to 75 lbs. then we
needed we can an additional 30 lb rubber
weight for safety.

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Drapery Hardware Defined

Double Back Wall Hanger
Used to hang second layer on drape.

Valance Hanger

Used to hang swag, sash, valance or header.
8”
3”

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Drapery Hardware Defined

Clip Rod Support

Can be used to hang
drape and then tie it
back or pennant.

10” - 18”
20”- 34”
34”- 44”

Adjustable Pole Adapter

Adapter may be used to provide
a no bump look.

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Drapery Hardware Defined

Custom Height Crossbar Hanger

Position a crossbar at any height.

Custom Crossbar Hanger

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Drapery Hardware Defined

Double Wall Hanger with Sound Blanket
Used to hang a second layer on drape or blanket.

This will consist of a dual
crossbar with drape and a
moving blanket inner core.

Moving Blanket to create sound
dreading wall.
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CURTAIN CONCEAL OR REVEAL Mechanism Rentals

The Kabuki drop is a special effect in which a
lightweight fabric is dropped swiftly from above, to
conceal or reveal your product, space, or performers.

Key Characteristics and Benefits Include:
∙ Curtains to be hung on pins that adjust to your grommet spacing.
∙ Can be triggered by your light board non-dim when available, or a pendant controller (purchased

separately).
∙ Manual trip cord provides fail safe.
∙ Pendant controller operates a single or double trip effect (two trip mechanisms required for double trip

effect).
∙ Operates from 110v power outlet and requires less than 1 amp.
∙ Can be configured to create a “tear away” trip effect using your light board and additional trip

mechanisms.
∙ Modular design makes installation, removal and transport simple.
∙ Units can be linked for large full stage curtains.
∙ Durable black anodized finish.

∙ Lightweight aluminum construction made
in the USA.

∙ Each 5’ unit is suspended from adjustable
pipe clamps (included).

System Includes
∙ 6 modular Kabuki units (enough for a 30’ drop)
∙ 1 Trip Mechanism
∙ 1 durable, protective Flight Case
∙ 1 Instruction Manual for simple setup & operation

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∙ Pendant Controller assembly
∙ Additional trip mechanism (for double Kabuki drop

effects)
∙ 30’ Pendant Extension

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Reveal Canopy for Statue, object

SINGLE CONTACT POINT KABUKI option to drop cloth or you
can manual pull it down

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TRACK in a BOX
Mechanism Rentals

Triple E UNITRACK is the premier track system for touring and temporary installations. It is an
exceptionally quiet, heavy duty, modular track. Packaged complete with carriers, fittings, rope and
attachment hardware into an easy to handle road box. The system is extremely versatile. The modular
nature of UNITRACK combined with the attachment hardware included allows the user to hang up to
50’ of track from truss in one venue and then hang shorter runs of track from rigged points or directly on
the wall at the next venue. The Track in a Box system is very robust. The track can carry a maximum load
of 55 lbs per linear foot, or as much as 110 lb point loads using the scenery carriers included in the Track
in a Box package. All parts are contained in a castered road box for easy shipping, load-in and load out.

Assembling UNITRACK is quick, painless and
proven. Each road case contains 50 linear feet of

track.
Road Box Dimensions: 20"W x 46"L x 26"D

Shipping Weight: 370 pounds

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Drapery Accessorizing Defined

Double Layered Swag with a tie back.

Beaded Accents

Randomly arranged swag.

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Specialty Drapes - STRING CURTAINS

IFR String
Curtains
come in 8 colors,
16-18 strings per
inch.

Maximum height
of 20ft.

String Curtains are design classics evoking a decorative, modern, playful, yet elegant statement.
Used as a room divider, window decoration or as an extravagant attention getter at a trade
show, these curtains are the unique interaction of light and shadow, creating a breathtaking
timeless elegance. They
offer a bold minimalism
and a transparent
presence that can’t be
achieved with any other
fabric. Great for
projection screen as well.

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Specialty Drapes - SHARK TOOTH SCRIM CURTAIN

Open-weave 100%
cotton net, 8 point, 2
thread scrim is
commonly used for
the "bleed-through"
effect, giving the
illusion of magically
revealing items on a
stage.
It can be painted, sewn into a finished drop, or attached to a frame or scenery. The "tooth" of
the scrim will normally be vertical, but the scrim will be just as effective if the tooth is
horizontal. This allows a more effective use of the width of the scrim.

Black and White are available for rent.

How do I create the magic of scrim? It's all in the lighting. If the scrim is lit at a very sharp
angle, either from the top or from the sides, such that any light passing through the scrim
"buries" itself just upstage (or offstage) of the scrim, and the stage behind the scrim is kept
absolutely dark, the scrim will appear opaque. As the area behind the scrim is lit, the screen will
appear to "bleed through" the scrim. Take all of the lights off the scrim itself, and it will
become virtually invisible. To make this effect even better, have a blackout drape behind the
scrim, which is flown out just before illuminating the scene behind the scrim.

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Drapery Flame Retardant Defined

NFPA 701 vs. NFPA 255

Flame retardant fabrics for use in draperies are to tested to the standards of NFPA 701, California
Title 19, City of New York tests, or City of Boston IX-1. These four standards and test procedures
are somewhat similar in that all involve a vertical flame test of swatches of fabrics. The various tests,
however, do have subtle differences, so always check with your local authorities. These tests are
designed to rate “temporary, decorative fabrics and films” that are not structurally parts of
buildings. These tests measure resistance to ignition from a relatively small flame source (such as a
match or Bunsen Burner). There is no federally approved standard from the United States, but the
National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) standards are the most widely accepted by life
safety officials in most states.

Fire marshals, building inspectors, general contractors, and architects will frequently ask for a class
rating of the fabric (wanting a class A, sometimes accepting class B). This rating, designed for
building materials, is obtained using the horizontal, Steiner tunnel test and measures the surface
burning characteristics of structural materials (that is, the amount of smoke, gasses, and heat
generated) when burned over a long period of time by a large flame (blast furnace). The uniform
Building Code (UBC) specifies this test as procedure, also known as UBC 8-1 or ASTM E-84 or
NFPA 255 or UL 723 or Laboratories (UL) test 723. The Laboratories (UL) test 723 was
developed by the UL and then adopted and refined by both NFPA (Code 255) and the American
Society for Testing Materials (ASTM E84). All these organizations have revised individual
standards and now use the same procedures and standard.

The UBC code, in Article 4, Section 405.3.6 states that draperies and other decorative fabrics and
films must be governed not by the UBC code but, rather, by the Uniformed Fire Code (UFC)
Article 9, Section 902.4.6. This section of the UFC states that draperies must meet the
requirements of NFPA 701, or any overriding local statue (such as California, NYC, Boston).

In addition to the above, NFPA Life Safety Code 101, Chapter 8, Section 1.2.3 states that vertical
burn tests are intended to assess the possible burning rate of fabric and films that are used as
decorative materials in buildings and rooms of public assembly.

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Drapery Flame Retardant Defined

The Field Burn Test

SUMMARY OF THE COMMON FIELD TEST METHOD FOR ASSESSING THE FLAME
RETARDANCY OF TEXTILES & PLASTIC FILMS AS USED IN TEMPORARY, DECORATIVE

DRAPERIES

The following field test method is based on methods specified by the National Fire
Prevention Association (NFPA), the State of California Fire Marshal, and the City of New
York Fire Department, among many others. For further information, please contact
your local fire authorities or purchase the text of codes from www.NFPA.org.

Except in New York City, this field test method should be used only when laboratory test
results are unavailable. In New York City, the field test is the only acceptable test.

This field test will give only guidance in the determination of whether a material has
some resistance to burning, whether based on treatment or not. Some companies have
indicated that the field test may be unreliable when testing synthetic materials, as these
materials tend to melt and curl during ignition, thereby presenting misleading results,
sometimes positively and sometimes negatively.

This field test is intended only for testing decorative or otherwise temporary fabrics and
films for interior use, or for tenting or temporary coverings in an outdoor setting. The
field test is not useful for testing or evaluating materials that will be permanently
attached to building walls.

● Cut two representative samples of your fabric or film, each approximately 1”
wide by 5” long.

● One cut sample’s long side should be oriented with the vertical (height) of your
fabric. The other sample should be oriented with the horizontal (width) of your
fabric. In other words, the second piece is cut at a 90 degree angle to the first.

● Find a safe place for testing--the space and floor must be clear of burnable
materials, particularly draperies, fabrics, paper, wood, and sawdust. Also try to
use a space free of drafts.

● Have a fire extinguisher close at hand, a source of water (sink), or a bucket of
water.

● Suspend each sample vertically, the short edge at the bottom. Metal tongs or
pliers work well to keep fingers out of the test.

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Drapery Flame Retardant Defined

The Field Burn Test Continued

● Using a standard, wooden kitchen match and apply the tip of the flame to the
center of the bottom edge of the suspended sample. Hold the flame steadily
under the edge of the fabric for 12 seconds. Only if no wooden match is available,
use a lighter. Lighters burn at much hotter temperatures than wood--you
probably do not want to increase the threshold that your fabric needs to satisfy.

● All fabrics burn to some extent. You should expect some burning. As the sample
burns or chars (blackens) or melts, the tip of your flame remains stationary--do
not move the flame you are holding up, as the material burns or melts away. Your
match replaces the fixed position of a Bunsen burner from the lab--it does not
move during testing.

● After 12 seconds, remove the match and do not blow it out in the direction of the
sample.

● Continue to observe your specimen. Any flame on the specimen must self-
extinguish within 2 seconds after you remove the match.

● Any glowing (afterglow) along the burnt edge of the fabric or any generation of
smoke must stop completely within 20 seconds after the removal of the match.

● If either of these limits is exceeded, your material is not sufficiently flame
resistant to be safe. You need to re-treat or replace with something better.

● If your first specimen passes, then repeat this test for the second specimen.
● Frequently, particularly with synthetics, you will find that one direction passes,

but not the other. FR treatment or re-treatment or replacement is still in order, if
only one specimen passes but not the other.

We recommend that your house manager or building manager keep a journal of when
these tests are conducted, on which curtains, and what results were observed. Your local
fire officials will inspect this journal during any annual or interim on-site inspection.

The proceeding is only intended as a way of guiding the inexperienced person in the
field to a broad assessment of the condition of draperies or fabrics and films. We
recommend that you consult a professional from the discipline of fire safety and
prevention whenever possible.

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Drapery Flame Retardant Defined

Types of Flame Retardant Treatments

IFR vs. DFR vs. FR Fabrics

IFR - Inherently Flame Retardant
This type of fabric is woven with threads (fiber or filament) that yield a

product that meets fire code without any further treatment or finishing.
Additionally, the safe expectation is that the fabric will remain sufficiently flame
retardant for its lifetime (assuming the fabric is kept clean), even after repeated
washings.

FR - Flame Retardant
This type of fabric is woven with threads such that, initially, the fabric

did not meet fire code. In order to meet fire code, the fabric was treated with a flame
retarding chemical so that the end product does not meet code.

Universally, these chemicals are dissolved in water and then
introduced to the fabric by spraying or dipping. When the water dries, the chemical
remains stuck (adhering) to the fibers or filament. Any future wetting of the fabric
will re-dissolve the chemical, most likely removing the chemical entirely, or at least
changing the even distribution of the adhering chemical on the threads. When this
happens, the fabric should be thoroughly washed (with water) and re-treated to
restore the flame resistance.

DFR - Durably Flame Retardant
This type of fabric is woven with threads that are flame resistant but

not enough. Instead of adding a FR chemical to stick to the surface of the thread,
however, the manufacturer adds an FR compound that chemically binds with the
fiber composition. The FR chemical not only is bound to the fabric chemically but is
not water soluble and, therefore, cannot be removed from the fabric by washing
(except in a special chemical bath).

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